Other Non-Accredited companies, who even affiliate with legitimate Accredited Organizations, “skirt” this issue by providing a “Certificate of Participation” with the location identified. This should NOT be confused with the Formal AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ certificate and use of this “Certificate of Participation”, we fear, could get you in trouble with your workplace and/or the IRS if used improperly. As per the AMA Requirements, the AMA Certificate MUST NOT have the location of participation identified on it for Audio/Video (enduring materials) courses. If you need location verification, other receipts and travel documents indicating your travel purpose and destination should be correlated with the legitimate AMA Certificate with course title, dates and credits such as we provide.
The AAFP accepts any activity approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ as equivalent to AAFP Elective credits, such as our enduring materials. This is self-reporting to the AAFP and must be reported as AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™; however, they are NOT directly approved for AAFP credits.
Our courses are approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™, which equate to 2-B AOA credits, and you would self-report these; however, they are NOT directly approved for AOA credits.
Your post-test and evaluation must be completed online, prior to the expiration date of the course. However, please note that all certificates have a course completion date. Credit can NOT be issued after the expiration date, no exceptions.
Yes. Our courses are designed to be flexible. You may take them where and when you like. However, if you are expecting reimbursement or tax deductions, you need to speak with your accountant and/or organization about your policies on reimbursement prior to travel. Please remember that it is unlawful for AMS to give tax advice.
The number of days you take to complete the course is up to you. The estimated time to complete a 5 credit course is 5 hours. Also, please note that all certificates have a course completion date. The completion date is the date that we receive your test & evaluation on-line.
Currently, we offer our live seminars in cities all across the United States. We do have our popular “Home, Commute or Travel CME” available for download if you cannot attend one of our live sessions.
Enterprise now provides car seats through a 3rd party. Please confirm before guaranteeing.
Yes. Physicians’ fees are $899 for early registration, $949 for regular registration; Non-physicians’ fees are $799 for early registration, $849 for regular registration.
To receive early registration fee, registration must be postmarked >60 days prior to program start date.
Resident fee is the same price as the Non-physician fee, $799 early registration, $849 regular registration. Medical resident discounted fees must be accompanied by Department Head Letter indicating Resident status.
CME activities are held Monday – Thursday from 7:30am-12:50pm & Monday – Wednesday from 7:30am-12:50pm. To view your specific schedule, please see the individual conference page.
Paid participants only: Daily healthy continental breakfast; coffee/beverage breaks; e-syllabus/flashdrive and an AMA certificate of completion from American Medical Seminars, Inc.
Yes. American Medical Seminars, Inc. is accredited by the ACCME (Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. You will receive an AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ certificate upon completion of the course. Additional certifications apply and can be viewed at accreditation/certification.
Family practitioners, Internal medicine, General practitioners, and specialists who intend to learn more about primary care medicine.
Individuals who fail to attend the course (no-shows) will not be entitled to any refund.
No. Our courses are approved for Category 1 AMA credits, which equate to 2-B AOA credits, and you would self-report these.